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Democracy for $ale

In America, lobby groups, corporations and billionaires invest millions of dollars to ensure that the ‘right’ candidate wins elections. For many, this is nothing less than “legal corruption”.

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Money Bots

About half of Wall Street trades are now performed by automated 'bots. As the algorithmic robot traders outpace and outperform the humans, what are the dangers they pose?

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The People vs. Agent Orange

The Agent Orange catastrophe did not end with the war in Vietnam.  Today, all over the world, a primary component of that toxic herbicide is still being extensively used. After decades of struggle, two heroic women are leading a worldwide movement to hold the manufacturers accountable.

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The Longest Voyage

In less than 15 years, a group of astronauts will make a trip into the unknown that will last for more than three years and pose enormous challenges. For many, the journey to mars will be the longest and most epic journey ever imaged. But is it really so?

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Prison for Profit 

In 'Prison for Profit', we follow the lives of former prisoners and prison warders from South Africa’s Mangaung private prison, which is run by the controversial private security firm G4S, a British multi-billion company active on a world-wide scale.

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Objector

Like all Israeli youth, Atalya is expected to become a soldier. Unlike most, she questions the practices of her country’s military, and becomes determined to challenge this rite of passage.

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Chained (Agora II)

After the euro and the refugee crises, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic was the third crisis in a row, for the European continent. 'Chained' narrates the five-year story of three successive crises in Europe with Greece in its epicenter.

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Slow News

We are drowning in information overload. False newspapers with true hoaxes, real newspapers with fake news. But some journalists are building alternative models. They want the same thing: to slow down.

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Conscience Point

Exploring the roots of American inequity, greed and pollution, Conscience Point contrasts the values of those who regard beautiful places as raw material to be developed for profit and pleasure, and those locals for whom land means community, belonging, heritage and home.

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